Wildlife adventure

Enjoy magnificent mystical Mana Pools

for only $2625*

Individual Safari Mana Pools

A self-drive tour for individual travellers to the Mana Pools National Park.




Harare > Chirundu > Rukomechi > Chirundu > Harare


Drive from Harare to Chirundu. This is a distance of 350 km, and takes an estimated 4.5 hours. In Chirundu you can park your car safely and you will be collected by boat for a transfer to Rukomechi Camp, which takes about 1 hour.

For the next three nights you stay in the camp on an all-inclusive basis: all meals and activities are included.

Activities include: game drives, game walks, boat cruises, night drives.

Whatever you do we are sure you will never be able to erase the memories of Man Pools, it is an awesome National Park.

Return in the same way you came: by boat to Chirundu and by car back to Harare.

Your options

You can choose between a self-drive car and a car with our driver/guide


  • Toyota Corolla 4 – door or similar, including mileage, fully comprehensive insurance, excludes excess USD 500
  • All meals and activities
  • National Park Entrance fees
  • Laundry
  • Local drinks

There are more options on how to get there, inquire from our office:

  • Using charter flights from Harare to Mana Pools
  • Using a car with our own driver

Price list

  • prices per person, based on 2 people sharing.
  • all prices are indicative prices, depending on availability of accommodation.
High SeasonLow Season
15 Jun – 31 Oct 20151 Apr – 14 Jun &
1 Nov – 15 Nov 2015

from only $2625
per person*

*per person based on 2 people sharing during Low Season (1 Apr – 14 Jun &1 Nov – 15 Nov 2015). $3171 High Season (15 Jun – 31 Oct 2015). Excludes international flight.

The trip was absolutely fantastic. Herbert is an excellent driver and a very nice person, too. He definitely contributed to making this tour a tremendous success.

Yes, Woow Alec is a wonderful person. We are at a loss of words to describe him. What a careful, defensive and helpful driver, very friendly and patient gentleman. He is one out of a million. Thank you for giving us Alec for that trip.

Thank you so much for sending us John and for the amazing city tour he took us on! He seems to know Harare like the back of his hand and took us to see the market at Mbare with many interesting sights in between. One thing we certainly have learned from that whirlwind tour: We must come back and see more!

Many thanks again and I will keep in touch!

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The Zambezi Society is pleased to announce that as a result of its representations to the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority on behalf of the visiting Public, the Authority has reinstated “unguided” public walking in Mana Pools National Park, with immediate effect. However, walking fees are charged and a new code of conduct is […]

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